Healthy Lunches To Bring To Work

Take-out lunches should be forgotten because there are so many healthy lunch solutions that can easily be taken to the office, to school and anywhere else you may need to go. Listed below are some tasty recipes which include delicious fresh produce such as fresh vegetables and lean protein which will fuel you for the rest of the day so that your body will not feel deprived. Our favourite team activity involves food and there’s no better way for your employees to bond and share than with a staff working lunches.

These are a great way to get a good balance of nutrients into your lunch. I use low fat pastry for the base and cook them in large muffin tins. Fill the pastry case with your favorite vegetables (chopped small) and add a little chopped bacon for flavor. Pour over with whisked eggs and milk (1/2 cup of milk to 3 eggs), then bake. They keep well in the freezer.

Firstly it might be an idea to recognise the importance a good lunch plays in the grand scheme of things. For example just imagine the scenario… you get up late for work for the second time this week and its only Tuesday. So what’s the first thing you do… skip breakfast.

If you have no time to prepare course meals and you love sandwiches, than you can try a variety of sandwiches using our healthy lunch ideas. To make your lunch wholesome try whole grain bread, wraps or pitas. Fill in the sandwiches with lean foods like lean meats, cheese, tuna fish, smoked turkey or sliced eggs. Add a little more nutrition to it by topping it up with some greens like lettuce, basil, sprouts, tomatoes and cucumbers. These are easy to carry and a convenient way to take your lunch to the office. To be a little more experimental, check out some of the healthy lunch ideas listed below.

Eating like this day in and day out can have some serious health consequences, ranging from obesity to heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Here are some healthy lunch ideas that will help you stay in great shape while eating tasty food every day.

This is much better if you make it yourself – you can control how much oil you add and it tastes better. It isn’t low fat, but it’s healthy and delicious – but make sure that you don’t have any important meetings in the afternoon because your breath will be garlicky! Instead of having it with bread, try sticks of carrots and peppers.

Now there are several different ways you can make chicken sandwiches. The easiest is probably to use sliced deli meat. This is not quite as nutritional as using baked chicken breast, but it will do in a pinch. You don’t even necessarily have to make chicken breast just for the sandwich. If you have them for dinner the night before then you can use the leftovers to make your sandwich. So assuming you have access to some good chicken, let’s take a look at three sandwiches that make for a great lunch.